July 2013

Murray Magic at Wimbledon – On to US Open

updated April 19, 2014by July 8, 2013

    When it’s been over a quarter century since a hometown boy brought home the championship things can get pretty electric. Wimbledon tennis is just that way. So when Andy Murray pushed himself into position to take home the mens championship things got very exciting to say the least. But it was a long […]

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NFL Tickets – Baltimore Ravens New Look

updated July 7, 2013by July 7, 2013

    Winning a Super Bowl usually means that the rest of the NFL comes calling, stripping you of key players with huge contracts and generally tearing apart a roster that probably took years to build. In fact, many Super Bowl teams are assembled with the idea that there is a good core group and […]

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NFL Tickets – Rankings Rank?

updated July 4, 2013by July 4, 2013

    Which NFL tickets will pay off with a Super Bowl winner? Isn’t that always the question? In their desire to predict the future sportswriters will always toss out power rankings, especially in the NFL. The truth is there are too many variable to be sure. But it’s fun to try. here are a […]

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Tennis Tickets – Sabrina Falls at Wimbledon

updated July 1, 2013by July 1, 2013

    Wimbledon has been a series of shocks and upsets so far in 2013. The men’s side of Wimbledon is in chaos with Roger Federer and Nadal knocked out early. Now the tennis world is still reeling from the surprising news that Serena Williams has been kicked off her pedestal. The presumed champion of […]

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Ohio State Buckeyes Preview – College Football Ticket Extraordinaire

updated July 1, 2013by July 1, 2013

    Ohio State Buckeyes tickets could given fans a BCS National Championship run last season but because of sanctions the Buckeyes weren’t going anywhere but home. That all changes in the 2013 college football season. The Buckeyes are running on high octanne fuel and plenty of horsepower this season and the only limit is […]

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